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Pride and Prejudice - Volume 1: Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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Volume 1: Chapter 4 Summary

The following day, Lizzie and Jane discuss the evening's events. Jane is obviously very much taken by Mr. Bingley. Elizabeth approves of Jane's choice, but being the more reasonable sibling, she is not as prone to unnecessary flattery as Jane is, and senses immediately that while Mr. Bingley is a perfect gentleman in every sense of the word, his sisters are not equal to him in manners and good breeding.

Volume 1: Chapter 4 Analysis

It is in chapter 4 that we begin to learn about Jane Bennet, the eldest daughter. She is the sister that Elizabeth is closest to, and sensible, sensitive, and kind. She also has the potential to be slightly naïve, tending to ignore the bad in people and believe everyone to be as good and kind as she herself. The conversation Jane has with Elizabeth about the Miss. Bingleys, and their differences of...

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